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next, our daily fix, chris cillizza, eugene robinson, michael steele. >>> still ahead, is ashley judd throwing her hat into the political ring? she'll join us live here in charlotte. >>> and president obama delivers his acceptance speech continue in primetime. don't miss our special coverage kicking off at 7:00 eastern right here on msnbc. you're watching "andrea mitchell reports" live from charlotte. qu? anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. >>> the republican argument against the president's re-election was actually pretty simple. pretty snappy. it went something like this. we left him a total mess. he hadn't cleaned it up fast enough so far, put us back in. >> bill clinton went on offense against the republicans for president obama. and swrojoining me now, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor, managing editor of postpolitics.com. eugene robinson, msnbc political an
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like you. thank you. tavis: chris cillizza is the managing editor at the washington post. he is also the author of a new book. good to have you back from the program. good >> thank you for having me back. tavis: i have not had a chance to talk to you person to person since mr. romney has made his famous comment. let me start with a comment itself and what your read on it is. >> there were a number of stab things for him politically. it was a tape of him speaking to republican donors. he seemed to say an honest attempt to say there are a lot of people who are not going to vote for me. there are a lot of people that are going to vote for me, and we need to go to the middle. what does that do for him? it reinforces the character of the obama team has work very hard to sell to voters in swing states, which is this is a very wealthy person who looks out for and things first and foremost about himself and his wealthy friends, so that is why it is so hurtful to his campaign because it played into the narrative president obama was trying to drive into the campaign. tavis: we have seen a lot
to virginia, the state that could be the must-win in november. joining us now, chris cillizza, managing editor of post politics.com and peter alexander following the romney campaign. welcome to both. chris, first of all, how important is virginia? they've gone, both from ohio to virginia. they seem to be tag teaming it, the two weekends. >> reporter: yeah, i would say, draa, we've talked about this, the visits, where they spend their time is so carefully calibrated to spend it in media markets and states that they absolutely need. ohio, mitt romney, i think needs and is behind. virginia, i think mitt romney mitt romney needs and is behind. one thing to remember about virginia a state, before barack obama won in 2008 everybody the last democratic presidential candidate come win it was lyndon johnson in 1964. it's remarkable that we're talking about virginia in the terms that we are. there's been a big demographic shift with northern virginia a big democratic population. it is remarkable, it's a place where barack obama deserves credit for expanding what was the democratic map in the early 2000s
for your reporting. and now chris cillizza, and the senior correspondent and soeriate editor for "the washington post" both joining us. first to you, you've spent so much time traveling and writing books in the region. let's talk about what's happening in egypt because we're see a completely new relationship now, and egypt is the centerpiece of our connections in the arab world. >> it is. it is sort of the spiritual capital of the arab world. people all around that region look to cairo for guidance on so many things. we are entering this really uncharted period and it's worth noting morsi, the egyptian leader, doesn't have a relationship, a real relationship yet with washington. yet he's been to tehran, to china, he's been to saudi arabia. it seems to be sending a message that the days of that special relationship between cairo and washington are over. and if there's a real debate to be had on the campaign trail, it's not about what was sent out by the embassy in cairo yesterday as these protests were flaring. but it really has to do with the question of how is the united states manag
me now, msnbc contributor, editor of post politics, chris cillizza. they said i had martin and cillizza on, the best marten team since martin and lewis. >> why isn't it cillizza and martin, for pure alphabetical reasons? >> i'm kind of hurt. >> plate roam of jerry lewis, jerry lewis angry about this. >> i get a lot of jerry lewis comparesons. >> both of you have written rough pieces about the state of -- all right, guys. both of you have written rough pieces about the state of the romney campaign. jonathan, i want to start with us, on-the-record quotes, not just people blindly complaining. did he give you this quote before the video or after the video? >> it was all last week. i mean, these were all conversations that i had last week with folks in the wake of the convention, polling. so it is reflecting that. and before this video even surfaced. but here's the problem with the video, chuck. the worst gaffes reinforce the character about the person. that is the problem with this video. if i voted for, i voted against it, john kerry, for. >> played in the idea he was a flip-f
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and even some republicans. tonight, it's bill clinton's turn. joining me now, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor and managing editor of post politics.com, mark halperin, senior political analyst for "time" and msnbc and john heilemann, "new york" magazine national affairs editor and msnbc political analyst. both of you of course are the game change boys. well, cillizza, michelle obama, how do you describe that speech? >> you know what's interesting? i may be a dissenting view. i thought she actually started off and maybe it was on purpose, she actually started off somewhat slowly. she comes out, gets a huge reception as we knew she would. for the first five or ten minutes, people were applauding, no question, but i was thinking to myself i wonder if this is all there is going to be. obviously it wasn't. she really built toward the end of that speech. i thought the last 10 to 12 minutes were absolutely outstanding stuff, stuff that i would say many politicians, we saw a lot of them last night, many politicians who have been in the game for a very long time probably could not deliver t
reports" is report. chris cillizza is in the chair. good afternoon. >> hello, glad we coordinated on striped ties today. >> always. >> make me feel good. e-mail in the morning, get it taken care of. moderate mitt softening his tone on key issues. more popular than ever, bill clinton making his case for optimism in a new time cover story. a closer look at key senate races up for grabs next on "andrea mitchell reports." ♪ [ female announcer ] almost nothing can dampen a baby's mood, when he wakes up dry in pampers. unlike other diapers, pampers has 3 absorbent layers, for up to 12 hours of protection overnight, and more beautiful mornings. ♪ [ female announcer ] pampers. peaceful nights. playful days. throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. silverado! the most dependable, longest lasting, full-size pickups on the road. so, what do you think? [ engine revs ] i'll take it. [ male announcer ] it's chevy truck month. now during chevy
in the botched gun trafficking ring. i'm chris cillizza. in today for andrea. mitt romney's trying to carve out some political middle ground for his campaign during a univision facebook event in florida. but will that reboot help romney recover from what can only be described as several weeks of missteps? joining me to answer that question, nbc deputy political editor, he joins me now. dom, after several days of doubling down, as the most cliched world in the world, doubling down on his comments about the 47% that came out, we found kind of a different mitt romney at this univision forum. we played the clip, for the 100% of people, more moderate on gay rights and immigration. i thought this was the mitt romney we might see when it was clear he was going to be the nominee in april, may june. is this a one-off or a strategy? >> it's difficult to know whether or not it's going to be a one-off or a strategy. you're right, this is the mitt romney we thought we'd see in june or so when they finally make that pivot. everyone talked about the etch a sketch comment or whatever. when you move from a prim
washington post's" chris cillizza reports that pro-romney outside groups have paid for three out of four of the ads supporting him in this election cycle while pro-obama outside groups have paid for one in every five ads backing the president. the conservative groups, cillizza writes, "have kept romney in the game" and he should be able to "outspend obama rather significantly in the final weeks of the race." so whether you want to call it an arms race, a plague of biblical proportions, or the death spiral of democracy, take it seriously. especially all that secret money. it's poison being mainlined into our country's arteries, as destructive as arsenic in your drinking water. and you'll never know who put it there. no one knows the ins-and-outs of this cash-and-carry racket better than trevor potter, and no one is more committed to cleaning it up. a former chairman of the federal election commission, he served as general counsel to john mccain during the senator's presidential campaigns in 2000 and again in 2008. t trevor potter is with the law firm of caplin and drysdale in washington,
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